|Directed by||T. R. Ramanna|
|Written by||K. S. Gopalakrishnan|
|Produced by||D. K. Shankar|
|Starring|| Jaishankar |
|Cinematography||G. Durai |
|Edited by||D. K. Shankar|
|Music by||M. S. Viswanathan|
|Distributed by||Eveyaar Films|
Bhavani is a 1967 Indian Tamil-language film directed by T. R. Ramanna and written by K. S. Gopalakrishnan. It was produced by D. K. Shankar of Anna Productions, who doubled as editor.  The film stars Jaishankar and Vijayakumari. It was released on 5 August 1967.
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The soundtrack was composed by M. S. Viswanathan, with lyrics by Kannadasan. 
|1.||"Intha Nilavai Naan Paarthal"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela, L. R. Eswari, P. B. Sreenivas|
|2.||"Malligai Hoi Manvizhi"||L. R. Eswari|
|3.||"Naan Paadum Paattile"||P. Susheela|
|4.||"Punnagaiyil Oru Porul"||T. M. Soundararajan|
|5.||"Vayathu Vantha Pengal"||L. R. Eswari|
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